Training should be led by experienced and skilled facilitators. It is essential that training sessions be regarded with a sense of reward and value.
Facilitators need to cater for different learning and communication styles in how they present.
At the Training Cycle we understand that people learn best when in a relaxed and focused state. We endeavor to facilitate learners in realizing learning points for themselves, wherever possible – rather than ‘spoon-feeding’ or lecturing.
Our Trainers consciously establish an atmosphere of trust and cooperation.
They carefully manage the group process, enabling individuals to engage with the material and explore the edges of their comfort zones.
Our focus is on a facilitative, workshop style; providing opportunities for experiential learning with an emphasis on relating learning to real-life, daily practice.
It is important to know to what extent the learning program has been successful.
Ideally, elements of evaluation are built into each stage of the training process with the basic questions to consider being:
“What do we want to find out?” and, “How feasible is it to find out?”
Evaluation is planned for during the Preparation Stage, and steps may include:
Pre-tests / evaluations and post-tests / evaluations
Training evaluation forms